Boeing engineers spent the morning talking to and inspiring students at Classen SAS High School at Northeast to celebrate National Engineers Week last week.
Since the early days of flight, aviation has been embedded in Oklahoma City’s DNA. Now you can learn all about Oklahoma City’s aviation story: from its pioneers to the biggest names in the business who have turned aviation into one of the region’s most dynamic economic drivers.
For over ten years the two organizations have had an Interagency Agreement in place which allows the FAALC and FAA Academy to provide essential logistics, engineering and training support to CBP.
The safe incorporation into the National Airspace of UAM, Urban Air Mobility is being developed at the FAA’s Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center here in Oklahoma City.
The Oklahoma Aerospace Commerce Economic Services (ACES) is a statewide program for advancing Oklahoma’s aerospace industry.
Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt is more than just a Federal Aviation Agency-certificated pilot.
Experts agree that the key to continuing this sector’s growth remains the availability of a qualified workforce.
Chamber efforts to recruit aerospace businesses and retain a well-trained workforce were recognized at the second annual Oklahoma Aerospace Forum.